Nakhichevan children’s railway ( azerb. Naxçivan Uşaq Dirmir Yolu ) is a children's railway (JD) in the city of Nakhchivan of the Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic of Azerbaijan . Built and commissioned in 1978 . It was located in one of the city parks of Nakhichevan.
|Nakhchivan children's railway|
|Naxçivan Uşaq Dəmir Yolu|
|Number of stations||2 + 1 platform|
The length of the road was about 700 meters (according to other sources, the maximum length of the road was 1.6 kilometers  ).
There were two stations on the road: “Pioneer Palace” and Sportivnaya ”(according to other sources, one of the stations was called“ Ganjlik ”(Youth)), as well as one platform -“ Sovetabad ”.
The rolling stock consisted of 2 diesel locomotives TU2 , and one TU7, as well as three passenger cars.
The first locomotives received by the Nakhichevan Railways were TU2-206, 182, three Pafawag wagons were received from the Baku Railways , later the TU2-206 locomotive was sent to the Baku Railways, instead of which the road previously used on the Baku Railways, the TU2-099 locomotive was received. In 1987, the road received a new diesel locomotive TU7-0204, which arrived at the Baku Railway, and then was transferred to the Nakhichevan Railway. Nakhichevan Railway was the southernmost children's railway in the USSR  .
In 2000, the road was closed. [one]